Welcome to Nolensville
A cute and friendly small town with plenty of Southern charm.
Nolensville is a small, quiet town in Williamson County, just twenty-two miles southeast of Nashville. With friendly Southern hospitality and an excellent public school system, Nolensville is considered to be one of the best places in Tennessee to live.
Many of the town's 19th century buildings are still in use, including the Home Place Bed & Breakfast and the Nolensville Co-Op Creamery, which is used today as an antiques store. Many residential homes are historic as well, while others were built more recently. Prices are reasonable for the area, with many stunningly renovated homes with luxury amenities available.
What to Love
- Small-town community
- Fun shopping and dining opportunities
- Beautiful green parks
- Lots of recreational activities
People & Lifestyle
Nolensville is a suburb of Nashville, but retains a calm, peaceful feel. It’s the perfect area if you want to feel relaxed in the country but still have access to a major Southern city.
Many families with young children love living in Nolensville; it’s widely considered one of the best places to raise a family in the state. Public schools are excellent, the area is full of natural beauty, and there are plenty of things to do. Getting into the city is a breeze for even more entertainment and cultural opportunities.
Dining, Shopping, & Entertainment
The small town of Nolensville offers lots of fun small businesses to browse for home goods, clothing, and gifts for your loved ones. There are also plenty of restaurants to enjoy with your friends and family!
The Nolensville Feed Mill
is an authentic Amish market selling various goods, gifts, and delicious treats. The area is also home to many fun boutiques including the Small Town Charm
and The Wreath Stand
who both sells home goods and gifts; and a locally owned toy store Nolensville Toy Shop
. Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint
is a Nolensville staple, serving incredible barbecue in a cozy, rustic space. Nearby are several other eateries ranging from the Pork Belly Farmhouse
to Mama’s Java Cafe
Things to Do
There are plenty of fun events to do in Nolensville without needing to venture up to the big city! In this small town, neighbors spend plenty of time with each other, making new friends and enjoying the close-knit community.
One of Nolensville’s most popular events is the Historic Buttercup Festival
, a town event featuring artisans, craft vendors, and food trucks. There are pageants, musical performances, and plenty of things for the whole family to enjoy! Local kids can participate in a variety of youth sports leagues, including a soccer team that practices at the Gregory Park
Residents also love spending time at Nolensville Park
, a green space in the middle of town which features a playground, athletic fields, and even a dog park so your furry friend can enjoy the day out! The Summit Sports Center
is also located nearby, offering gymnastics and tumbling classes as well as hosting birthday parties.
Nolensville is home to a number of excellent schools. Zoned to the award-winning Williamson County School District, the town has three elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school, Nolensville High. Nearby private schools include:
- Brentwood Academy, 6-12, independent Christian college preparatory school